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appreciate you talking to us. thank you very much. i want to bring in john miller om cbs. john also worked for the los angeles police department and the fbi and intelligence. what do you make of that argument? flight attendants say this is ridiculous. this makes no sense whatsoever? >> you have to sympathize with the flight attendant point of view. they were the first victims of 9/11. they were the ones who were killed with box cutters and knives that were at that point legal to bring on planes, but they weren't the 2 1/2 inch blades of the swiss army knife or the knife that people carry on their key chain. what tsa is trying to do is two things. they're trying to align themselves with the rest of the airline industry across the globe, which is the same, knives are okay, nothing longer than a 2 1/2 inch blade, the kind of knife you would find on a key chain. that's not the kind of device that is going to bring down an airline. and we have learned when somebody gets disorderly on a plane, in the post-9/11 world, the crew will tie the person up, tie them down, tape them to the seat. we have
want to bring in john miller from cbs. john also worked for the los angeles police department and the fbi and intelligence. what do you make of that argument, the flight attendants say look, this is ridiculous. this makes so sense whatsoever? >> first of all, you have to sympathize with the flight attendant point of view here. the flight attendants were the first victims of 9/11. they were the ones killed with box cutters and knives that at that point were legal to bring on planes, but they weren't the 2 1/2 inch blades of the swiss army knife or the knives that people carry on their key chain. tsa is trying to do two things. they're trying to align themselves with the rest of the airline industry across the globe, which has the rule knives are okay, nothing longer than a 2 1/2 inch blade. again, the type of knife you might find on a key chain. that's not the kind of device that is going to bring down an aircraft. and we have learned when somebody gets disorderly on a plane, in the post-9/11 world, the crew and passengers would tie the person up, tie the person down. that's th
the calls they made led authorities to the killer. joining me is john miller, correspondent for "cbs this morning" and counterterrorism chief for the los angeles police department. also los angeles city councilman dennis zine. councilman, to those authorities like the riverside police department who say the reward money will not be paid because the conditions were not met, what do you say? >> i say we're deceiving the public. we can't promise something and then not deliver. and the question is, if we make a promise, make a commitment, let's deliver that. there's a matter of credibility, a matter of integrity, honesty, transparency. in los angeles, we're going to deliver whomever is entitled to that reward. it's being investigated by the robbery homicide of the lapd. when it comes to us, we will deliver what we promised to deliver. >> john, do you think somebody deserves that reward? >> no, i don't think anybody deserves this reward as it was constructed. what you're looking for when you offer a reward of that size is you're looking for the cousin who is going to say i'm going to give
in a federal courtroom today. sulaiman abu ghaith also an al qaeda spokesman. john miller joins us now. >> it's always good to wake up in new york city if you're not osama bin laden's son-in-law. >> then you'd like to wake up in afghanistan. >> somewhere. >> somewhere, in a cave. is this a big deal? >> it is a big deal on two levels, one from a symbolic sense this was the guy after 9/11 was on television speaking to americans saying that there is a great army massing against you and be prepared for a storm of airplanes. so as one of bin laden's key basically, charlie, public affairs advisers and spokesmen, he was a key propagandaist and voice and had a lot of religious credibility. the other thing is from an intelligence standpoint he knows things how the al qaeda command structure that was in iran for a long time worked and communicated. >> where has he been for the last dozen years? >> with a bunch of al qaeda leaders in iran. that's an interesting question norah, because iran and al qaeda are not necessarily aligned but there is the old the enemy of my enemy is my frien
.i.a. finally catch him? for that we turn to senior correspondent john miller, former assistant director of the f.b.i. john? >> reporter: scott, sulaiman abu ghaith was one of a number of key aides and family members of osama bin laden who spent most of the last decade living in iran largely under house arrest. weeks ago, abu ghaith managed to get out of iran and cross the border into turkey. the c.i.a.'s bin laden group was able to track abu ghaith's movements to a luxury hotel in downtown apg a. he hoped to get help from al qaeda's network to move from out country, but the c.i.a. was working with the m.i.t., turkey's national intelligence service, and they arrested abu ghaith a month ago. while in turkish custody, he was interrogated by a u.s.-led multiagency group known as the high value detainee interrogation group, or the hig. made up of experienced interrogators and polygraph experts from the c.i.a., f.b.i. and department of defense, the hig also brings in the agents and analysts who know the most about the person being questioned. they gathered hours of intelligence from abu ghait
under the gun tries an experiment to stop the murders. john miller reports it may be working. mark strassmann with scientists staring danger in the face as they search for an antidote for shark bites. and steve hartman "on the road." >> i've covered this up for 80 years. >> pelley: when he finally told his secret, his whole world changed. is whole captioning sponsored by cbs captioning this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. it must have seemed like a good idea at the time. this is the president signing a fiscal time bomb. it was 2011, he and the congress couldn't agree on how to reign in federal spending so both republicans and democrats devised the budget control act of 2011. it set up automatic across-the- board spending cuts that were so onerous they would force the parties to find a better way. they had a year and a half to do it but they didn't. now those cuts are about to kick in at midnight. one last meeting at the white house today ended in failure and failure was an orphan. each side blamed the other for the plan that both set in motion.
in 56 years. our john miller, a former deputy commissioner of the inpatient, tells us about the new york import who's helping turn chicago's crime problem around. >> reporter: when mayor rahm emanuel hired police suspect superintendent gary mccarthy two years ago, it was a test. could mccarthy use the strategies he honed when he worked in the new york city police department to bring chicago the same kind of dramatic reductions in crime? the biggest challenge in chicago has been an estimated 68,000 gang members. one problem is a criminal justice system that lets nearly half of those arrested with illegal guns off with little or no jail time. >> the criminal justice system has to support what it is we're doing in the policing world if we're going to get long-term results rather than short-term spikes and valleys. >> reporter: so mccarthy has rolled out a series of tactical tools. first, technology. using electronic mapping to track each crime and deploy officers to hot spots, they call it putting cops on the dots. then the persistently violent sectors of chicago neighborhoods were flooded
colorado. with a shortage of mental facilities jails have become the new asylums. we asked john miller to show us what that means. >> reporter: here at chicago's biggest jail, this mentally ill inmate did a front flip on her bed and refused her medications. >> come on. lay down on the bed. >> reporter: correction and medical staff moved in. they restrained her and gave her an injection. >> this is something that happens all the time here. the heart of it is we're not a mental health facility. these people should not be here. >> reporter: cook county sheriff tom dart says it's just another day at his jail. this inmate burst out of his cell and somersaulted over the balcony. he hit the ground below and tried to break out of a secure area. this man attempted to break his bed. >> these people by and large are not criminals. they're people with mental illness but when they act out they end up in the jails because it's the only place that will take them. >> reporter: cbs news obtained records from police departments across the country many in states that have budget cuts to mental health car
officers behaving badly. john miller tells us why many escape punishment. >>> and our eye-opening women series continues. valerie jarrett, condoleezza rice, and lesley stahl stop by the studio. that's it for the "cbs morning news." i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com michelle griego. tim >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, march 6. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. let's check in with lawrence right now. lawrence, i think it's raining out there. did you notice that? >> wasn't that nice? >> yeah. >> that wind and rain, we have more scattered showers and yeah, more rain coming down in the san jose area and more to come maybe some thunderstorms. wouldn't that be great? >> very exciting, yeah. we also have high wind advisories in effect. chp issued wind advisories for several bridges including the bay bridge. >> the bay bridge looking nice too. >> it is. it's all sparkly. >> mo
leader and son-in-law of osama bin laden. we'll hear from john miller. >>> plus, president obama's former campaign manager talks about heading a new group aimed at promoting the obama initiative. caroline kennedy joins us in the studio. thanks for watching. i'm ann marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone. and good morning. friday is here. the weekend is here. it's march 8. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. we're very happy about this, right, friday? >> we are. >> and you know what? [ laughter ] >> yes. >> are you okay? [ laughter ] > we made it here. i'm fine. i'm good. >> lawrence karnow is at i race down in freedom. >> having fun there in fremont. >> yeah. you guys think you guys are happy? i'm down here racing cars on a friday morning. and it's a lot of fun. we'll talk about that and showers tapering off. we'll more on the weekend forecast. back to you. >> he l
. john miller on how the f.b.i. got its man. "60 minutes" investigates how a is reached out to sav >> it has totally restored my faith in humanity. captioning sponsored by cbs ptioning sponsor this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. there have been a lot of low points in the economy and we hit another one today. this time it's good news. 7.7%, the lowest unemployment rate in more than four years. down two tenths a point since last month. it came today, along with toward that the economy created 236,000 jobs in february, that is double what most economists had expected. job creation is accelerating along with auto sales, manufacturing, big corporate profits and low interest rates. what can we expect next? here's anthony mason. >> reporter: 30-year-old erin kell just found a job at american pioneer manufacturing. >> it was life-changing for me and it will be life-changing for my children. >> reporter: a single mother of two young boys, kell makes coffee mugs for starbucks at the ohio
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the nation's capital and much of the mid-atlantic. >>> how do bad police officers keep their jobs? our john miller former lapd supervisor investigates. >>> valerie jarrett, condoleezza rice and lesley stahl tell us why women are not playing a bigger role in politics. >>> we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener" your world in 930 seconds.0 seconds. >> are you sick of it? >> i'm ready for sum per. >> a major winter storm heads east. >> washington, d.c. could be hit with up to ten inches of snow. >> people in chicago dig out, watches and warnings are posted from indiana to new hampshire. thousands of flights canceled or delayed. >> the flight before ours was canceled so it's not looking good. [ bell ringing ] >>> wall street entered unstarted territory. >> yesterday the dow broke a record set back in 2007. >> here answer the thing you remember about the dow jones industrial average t is not the economy. >>> the president of venezuela hugo chavez has died at the age of 58. the controversial socialist fought a two-year bat well cancer. >>> the duchess of cam
-in-law captured and facing justice in new york city. we'll talk to john miller. >>> and only on "cbs this morning," caroline kennedy makes a big announcement in honor of her father's memory. >>> we begin with today's "eye opener" your world in 90 seconds. >> the winds are like crazy out here. >> you can't sleep. it's stressful. >> this is the most amount of water i've seen since sandy. >> new england braces for a winter storm surge. >> in massachusetts hours of powerful winds could create waves as high as 20 feet. >> some areas could see more than half foot of snow and wind gusts of 50 miles per hour. >> communities trying to recover from superstorm sandy. >> it's devastating to see the towns go through this all over again. >>> roman catholic cardinal also vote later today on when to start the khan clave, likely monday, tuesday or wednesday. >>> osama bin laden's son-in-law sulaiman abu graib. >> if you think you're going to let you do that you got another thing coming. >> 236,000 jobs in february. >>> justin bieber collapses back stage during his performance in
to justice, also joining me john miller senior correspondent for cbs news and my colleague on cbs news this morning. welcome. >> thanks, charlie. >> rose: great to have you here. >> this is from the federal judge today. he ruled that gangster james "whitey" bulger cannot present evidence to a jury about his claim that he was given immunity for future crimes including murder. so we'll learn more about him from this conversation. how do you think he is approaching this trial? >> what's his mine set? >> he can't wait for it. shelley and hi access to his letters that he's written, he's quite a jail correspondent. and he is really looking forward to his day in court because he's going to take the stand which is very unusual. somebody charged with murder, you generally don't take the stand. but he can't wait to. as he calls it in the letters, he calls this the big show, the big circus. and he wants more than anything, charlie, he wants to refute the narrative, the narrative that he's somebody who informed on his friends, killed people, and killed two women. he says he really wants to say i w
we're going to talk with a senior correspondent and a former lapd counter-terrorism chief, john miller. erin? >> see you in a couple minutes. >>> and now our fifth story "outfront." i'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news. it may be time to tax your e-mail. like i said, i am only the messenger. your inbox may be grateful. don't you feel like you get hundreds of embarrass a day? i would love this they were taxed so people would stop sending them. california floated the idea of taxing e-mails to fund your local post office. don't roll your eyes. this may not be far fetched. the law prohibiting such a tax expires next yearment for those of new congress looking for a way to raise revenue, i'm giving you an idea and a lot of people will hate me for it. "outfront" tonight, stephanie miller, and editor in chief of lines magazinement if you're e-mailing with your company and co-workers that, is free. it's personal e-mails where you sign up at home and have to pay and get a cell phone. a certain number of e-mails free and then you start paying. what do you think? >> listen, i'm with you.
in "wall street journal," and what criticism hinges on is a lot of the criticism i heard, including john miller, former assistant director of the fbi, and when they criticize the work, they talk about real terror, and they mention the shoe bomber, and the so-called dirty bomber as examples you got it wrong, there are terrorists out there. i'm not disputing the fact there are terrorists. i'm not disputing the fact they are potentially dangerous or someone like they came close to bombing the new york city subway system, but where they go wrong in using the examples is these where example of cases and people and terrorists that never came on the fbi's radar through sting operations. they requester not the target of the sting operations, and, in fact, i think they proved the point that you have realm terrorists out there, but ultimately sting operations proven impossible for the fbi to seize out real vulnerable terrorists, not the real people who are dangerous, and, instead, we draw in sting operations so the margins of society, and many times people are economically desperate, in some cases
of their own officers in part because of arbitration and senior rules. our senior correspondent john miller served in ranking positions at both the l.a. and new york police departments. >> in rare cases they're fired, but often that is not end of the the story. officers appeal their cases to state arbitrators, civil service boards and civilian commissions and many times end up back on the job. >> what? what? >> in oklahoma this police lieutenant was fired for cuffed this prisoner with his elbow in a mouth. here they beat a money outside a hospital. and in philadelphia this lieutenant was fired after smacking down a woman at a disorderly street festival. he has appealed to an arbitrator but his chances are good. in philadelphia nine oust ten cops fired by the police chief are reinstated by an outside arbitrator. it's a problem across the country, which is frustrated police chiefs and sheriffs. have you fired people and had them come back? >> yes. and i believe that that's the process. >> los angeles county sheriff lee baca runs the biggest sheriff's department in the u
the "a-team." judith miller, john fund, stephen murphy next. ♪ lou: with us now, the "a-team" led by pulzer prize-winning journalist fox is contributor judith miller, american spectator senior editor, fox is contributor, democratic campaign consultant. good to have you here. let's start with the president says seemingly, i would say, a firm response to the threats with b5 twos and b-2s and some pretty strong statements. this seems to be a very strong response by recent standards and by recent to miami back through this administration and the bush administration. >> you know, the coriente model of koreans, excuse me, are playing a game that we cannot let them play. treating it this seriously, i think, is absolely right on the president's part, and i would go a little further. if we ever had a complete fix and none of us knows whether we do or don't, but if we ever had a complete fix on the location of all of north korea's nuclear assets i think you can make a very strong argument that we should eliminate them. lou: do you agree? >> i think getting into a war where we have 3000 amer
miller, john fund, stephen murphy next. ♪ [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix siness... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. ♪ lou: with us now, the "a-team" led by pulitzer prize-winning journalist fox is contributor judith miller, american spectator senior editor, fox is contributor, democratic campaign consultant. good to have you here. let's start with the president says seemingly, i would say, a firm response to the threats with b5 twos and b-2s and some pretty strong statements. this seems to be a very strong response by recent standards and by recent to miami back through this administration and the bush administration. >> you know, the coriente model of koreans, excuse me, are playing a game that we cannot let them play. treating it this seriously, i th
showed up, and they nominated john e. miller. not the johnny miller that we know so well from the state legislature, but the one that eventually became federal judge out of fort smith. he was the congressman from mr. mills' district. and so they ran against each other, paley and miller -- bailey and miller, and miller was elected. so that opened up the seat for congress that miller had held. and so mr. mills ran that year and won, became the youngest member of congress from arkansas. in 1942 then he went on ways and means. so he finally realized his childhood dream. and he helped get, right away he helped get interstate highways because that was under the transportation and public works committee. and they were going along with president eisenhower who wanted to fund the interstate highway system by bonds, and many mills didn't -- and mr. mills didn't want that long-term debt. and so he said we'll fund it with a one-cent gasoline tax and put it in a highway trust fund. and so public works committee kept turning that down, and mr. mills said, okay, that'll be fine. we will do it in ways
there are some suspicious elements here. >> all right. john miller, thank you. >>> we've been telling you this morning about the massive spending cuts only hours away. the faa says it has no choice but to slash 600$600 million from its budget. transportation secretary ray lahood warns anyone flying to get ready. >> this is painful for us because it involves our employees, but it will be very painful for the flying public. as a former member of congress i heard complaints all the time from my constituents when their flights were delayed, or when their flights were canceled and this is going to have an enormous impact. >> cbs news travel editor peter greenberg with us from las vegas. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. it's going to be tough, charlie, but not necessarily right away. >> what will the airlines do to prepare? >> what they are doing, they brought out their massive storm playbook when have you big weather problems and, of course, that involves preemptive cancelations. getting planes canceled before they think about leaving the gate. what they will do se
, recently had. this is john in an altercation and this is being filmed by mike miller from his new business, a gamers lounge he just opened and eventually john notices mike is filming and he first flips the bird and then does this. >> whoa. >> what the [ bleep ]. >> he goes and punches mike through the glass store front hitting mike in the process. we have pictures of the injuries that mike suffered. here is his hand. here is the front of the store. ironically, george foreman boxing poster in the background. you may be wondering what's going on here? >> yeah. >> according to mike who shot this video john ross of the working at a business right next to his. john was under the impression he won the lottery, $25,000, and went to work and said, you know what, i am out. quit his job because he thought he won the lottery. thought. >> he wasn't sure? >> yes, he wasn't sure because he didn't win the lottery. then he went back to his job, asked for his job back, and they said no. and then this scene happened. dude is upset because he can't get his job back and obviously upset he is being filmed and
♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. fridays with sexy liberal john fugelsang in the new york bureau. >> holla. >> holla. [overlapping speakers] >> stephanie: is coming up. >> anything like pour-um. >> stephanie: no. >> exactly the same thing, chris. >> stephanie: [ inaudible ] in chicago. >> caller: hello. what i would like to hear is more simple terms -- you talk about tax loop holes. all of my adult life everybody around the water cooler talks about oh geez exxon mobil paid zero taxes. joe six pack understands tax loop holes and the unfairness. the gop has done a great job at equating revenue to taxes and somehow charging billion dollars corporations taxes equates to joe six pack who only wants to watch espn every night when he goes home, somehow that equates to his $30,000 a year salary being taxed more which is nonsense. but you talk tax loopholes, specific loopholes, rather than this general concept of more revenue. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: so joe six pack will get it. >> stephanie: yeah, that's right. by the way we
. i am a partner in equity community builders. my partner is also here as is margaret done miller from the john street company, our other partner. ~ we listened really carefully. we looked at the market octavia plan, we listened really carefully to the advocacy from the hayes valley neighborhood association and other folks who have said in the transit-rich area that the city is moving towards a place where people are willing to live without cars and we're willing to take that risk that this is a place where that can happen. >> well -- [multiple voices] >> i think the people will have cars. they just won't be able to park it there and there will be more impact on the city. so, we'll just see what happens, but i mean, i'm always in favor of good projects and this does -- this will add more housing even though i would have preferred to see more parking, just being a realist. so, anyway, i appreciate it. >> thank you. >> commissioner hillis. >> thanks for this. i'm supportive of the project. i think it's great. i know originally when kind of the market octavia or the former freeway parcels
. >> john: he was on dennis miller's show. >> speaking of vaginas. >> john: he told dennis that he's leading a normal life again. although mitt romney couldn't have a normal life if his dad died and willed him one. what's a normal life for mitt romney who makes $20 million a year for not working. >> i guess the dog is back on the roof. >> that poor dog. i think smaller chandeliers. >> it is all relative, right? for him a normal life is he's riding the elevator to see his car. >> john: how did the g.o.p. wind up nominating such an out-of-touch candidate? or how did citizens united help him buy the nomination? >> i think all of their candidates are out of touch. it was completely reflective of who they are right now. >> the best of what was available. >> jon huntsman never had a chance. it was his turn in the barrel. the rest of them were -- >> john: jon huntsman who was never the front-runner at all. that campaign was so depressing, sara mclaughlin was doing late night infomercials for it. speaking of altered states, hippies were right. if everyone would spark up a don't doob everyone would b
fuglesang. good morning. >> john: good morning ms. miller, so nice to be with you. >> stephanie: ann romney blames the media for -- i've missed her warmth, haven't you? >> stop it! >> ann: stop it. this is hard. you want to try it, you get in the ring. this is hard! >> the media came up with a story that obama was winning. [ cuckoo clock chimes ] >> stephanie: they were on fox news sunday. let's do this. blame the media sound byte. >> john: they came on fox news sunday, saw the shadow and there's four more years of obama. >> there were reports that you and your son tagg were frustrated with the obama campaign that they didn't let mitt be mitt. they didn't let him show his open, compassionate side. >> well, of course, it is partly true but it was not just the campaign's fault. i believe it was the media's fault. is that he was not being given a fair shake. people weren't allowed to see him for who he was. >> what about the media? >> i'm happy to blame the media. [ laughter ] >> mitt romney showed his real self on that video. >> stephanie: that was the problem with the campaign. too much of m
choeden, heidi, maria, mike howard, efrin, paul warner, john berry, john pakz ton, george and glen. >> thank you, supervisors, thank you miss miller. my name is peter vang. i'm a resident. i'm a great admirer of the emergency management and as you can from some of the reports that have been written but it's always been bothering me tremendously over the years that we know when we walk into the garages, down stair space of these apartment buildings we see these studies in sheet rock areas that are going to collapse. i'm so happy that the city administrators office is really thinking ahead because tenants must be given greater chance to be able to stay in their homes with their books, furniture and pets and neighbors. if we can somehow strengthen that ability to stay home it can mean huge benefit to the neighbors how we must rise through maybe 6 months or a year long crisis. i really admire this work you are doing. thank you very much. >> thank you, i'm with san francisco tomorrow. caps one of soft story building of a much larger array of much more affected buildings. it's a priori
clinton herself said. jon: ambassador john bolton. aaron david miller, general jack keane, we have to say good-bye. thank you for your insight. just goes to show why this is such a thorny area of the world. thank you all. >> appreciate it. jon: the, video you were seeing there in that very small country an illustration how tiny israel is. president obama has already arrived at the home the prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, where with his left-handed signature there you see he is signing the guest book. there is prime minister netanyahu. jenna: trying to make out the words just to see what he is signing? jon: would be interesting to see what he is, good close-up by the camera crew but we don't know exactly what he is saying. at any rate the president on his first visit to israel as president. we will continue our coverage in just a moment. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one littl
miller show." [♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: all right current tv hour number 2. sexy liberal john fugelsang coming up for fridays with fugelsang and in the next hour val kilmer. it's the dreamy dude show today. >> you call gavin newsom we have ourselves a trifecta. >> stephanie: oh my god. i was momentarily stunned when he was in studio with us. did i ask him if his teeth were real? >> yes, you did. >> stephanie: i couldn't help it. it's hard to look right at him. >> and not just dreamy but effective. >> and smart. >> real smart. [ explosion ] >> stephanie: it's too much. speaking of too much, there she is in the current news area over there -- >> playpen. >> it's the jacki schechner show. >> former south african president nelson mandela still hospitalized today but making steady progress. his office says he is in good spirits, and has enjoyed a full breakfast. president obama expressed his concerns yesterday saying he is keeping him in his thoughts and prayers. the epa is planning to go forward with a new rule that translates to cleaner cars. the oil industry
're thinking of justin bieber. >> stephanie: stop it. john in las vegas you're on "the stephanie miller show." hello, john. >> caller: hey stephanie. you make me laugh every morning. set up the day great. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i just wanted to say about this supreme court discussion that it is a constitutional issue not a religious issue. >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: civil rights are not a religious issue. that all men are created equal according to the constitution. >> stephanie: yep. absolutely. ask thomas jefferson. we'll have to read that quote again. all right. jacki, you and i were talking about this amanda knox. reportedly shocked by italy's supreme court ruling yesterday that she must be retried for murder. amanda knox's attorney yesterday. >> she's very sad. she thought this was the end of a nightmare but she's also very strong in the sense she's willing to fight again. >> she has to be extradited though. >> no. they can try her in absentia. she doesn't have to go. >> stephanie: they're saying she might never be extradited. we went to a book party for your fr
wade but mike miller, white player from the dakotas, john howard, so old human have marched in the first march on washington and all these guys together as one saying we stand with this family. there are 70 times more stories about who the kardashian are dating in the nba then there are about what the miami he did. like a factor of 70 in terms of what people are actually examining, professional journalism's are looking at. that is one problem. the second is this hyper obsession on statistics. some people call them advanced statistics. you could numbers and new and different and creative ways. a lot about this that i love. i like a lot of the advanced statistics and articles. it seems to upset the right people. people on espn heat the statistics. they say things that just -- you hear them. in my date we valued things like stick to it as and moxie, not things like numbers. a player, if they had a good cut and with the right height and the right skin color, but right there underneath it is like this, and that is the kind of player you wanted to see. now, that makes the statisti
, but there's only room for you an' me, no threesome! (john frankenheimer) we had great writers working in television, like paddy chayevsky, rod serling, j.p. miller. somebody asked me once, "well, why were you guys able to do all that good stuff on television then compared to what they do on television now?" i think the answer is then most people didn't have tv's. (narrator) by 1956, over two-thirds of american households had at least one television set. with this explosive growth came a change in program style. i know. television's a menace to the american family. people no longer eat together, think together, talk together. they just watch tv together. and you don't think that's right? gee, mom, i think pop's all wet. a tv family is a happy family. suddenly everybody became aware tv had produced a huge audience and with that came the guys in the grey suits. (arthur penn) and they began to say, "wait a minute. if we're sponsoring this, they can't say this" or "they can't say that." and that was the beginning of the exodus for all of us from serious live television. (narrator) the rise
, if you want, grab hold, but there's only room for you an' me, no threesome! (john frankenheimer) we had great writers working in television, like paddy chayevsky, rod serling, j.p. miller. somebody asked me once, "well, why were you guys able to do all that good stuff on television then compared to what they do on television now?" i think the answer is then most people didn't have tv's. (narrator) by 1956, over two-thirds of american households had at least one television set. with this explosive growth came a change in program style. i know. television's a menace to the american family. people no longer eat together, think together, talk together. they just watch tv together. and you don't think that's right? gee, mom, i think pop's all wet. a tv family is a happy family. suddenly everybody became aware tv had produced a huge audience and with that came the guys in the grey suits. (arthur penn) and they began to say, "wait a minute. if we're sponsoring this, they can't say this" or "they can't say that." and that was the beginning of the exodus for all of us from serious live televisio
or joi or john paul the smoke coming out was sort of grayish white and our colleague, keith miller was there and people were not initially certain whether it was white smoke and whether there was new pope. >> it happened john paul i, john paul ii, pope benedict, i was here and as a matter of fact i was talking to lester holt this morning and we both couldn't sleep because of our memories of eight years ago, because of the terror of not knowing whether it was black or white. sometimes you see the sky, it's so white or gray, it's sort of hard to distinguish. so we'll just have to wait and see. i think you know, it's very unlikely that we'll see anything that's not black tomorrow. but everything that's happened over the last three weeks has been surprising. so i suppose we should stand by for potentially a surprise on who the knew pope is and when, we don't know when. >> we will be watching and talking to you, thank you so much, chris jansing, our colleague there. >>> and next, senate judiciary chairman, pat leahy is here on the first gun legislation since newtown to get to the senate
". fox news contributor. maya miller, advisor to house speaker john boehner and senior vice president at the winston group out of washington, d.c. how are you two doing this morning? what is going on, myra? what is going on in america that would give you numbers like this? let me say, let me get it right, 80% are unhappy. eight in 10 say they're not happy with the way washington is working. >> well, you know, bill, anger at d.c. is really nothing new but i think some of the spike in the recent numbers is due to frustration over the economy and in the last election we just saw the economy was the number one issue. it has been that way for a long time among a number of groups that were central to the election, women, young voters, hispanics, the economy is the number one issue. a very broad based concern. as polling shows there is a lot of anxiety and being addressed. bill: do you think that, alan? >> about of economy getting lack of anything done. sequester people are concerned about. congress has, what, 11 to 18% approval rating depending which poll you look at. people are frustrated
. >> stephanie: "l.a. times," things to watch while john is on vacation. is that stephanie miller? why thank you "l.a. times." you like me. you really like me. >> we've got wonder woman on today. lynda carter. [ ding ding ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: i gotta get some bracelets. here she is, jacki schechner my wonder woman in the current news center. >> president obama is planning to head up to the hill to meet with democratic and republican caucuses in both the house and the senate separately. it is latest step in his step to circumvent republican leadership which has been stub stubborn. he's trying to cut the sequester cuts already impacting the economy. paul ryan plans to release his latest proposal this week and early reports indicate it will be just as useless as his past proposals because he's got a blueprint that would repeal healthcare reform in addition to remaining medicare and curbing the growth of medicaid by $770 billion over the last decade. the president is also planning to reach out to supporters and volunteers at a dinner wednesday night. organizing for action, the nonprofit that
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